There is one in Saint-Brieuc, and others in Beigne or Pleilow, but not in the canton of Plerin. The shortfall will be filled in July, with the opening of the French Service Hall “within the reach of anyone and not just the residents of Plerina,” as the mayor, Ronan Cordron, specified. A comprehensive local office aiming to bring public services closer to the population, to support daily administrative procedures, the system being trialled by the Ministry of Territorial Cohesion will accommodate a minimal service base, through agreements signed with the Pôle emploi. , Primary Health Insurance Fund (CPAM), Agricultural Social Investment Fund (MSA), Family Allowance Fund (CAF), National Old Age Insurance Fund (CNAV), La Poste, Directorate General of Public Finance, Ministry of Justice and the Interior.
Enough to cover an area ranging from declaring income to preparing for retirement, from knowing your rights to benefits to support in finding a job, including health or creating a gray card. Didier Flagul, deputy mayor of the municipality, explains: “This is fine, but we are again calling on the communities to make up for the shortcomings of the state. This will be a new fee, even if it is state aid (30,000 euros per year,
) for the first three years, if I understand correctly.” Also in favor of the project, Michel Quinho (opposition) was in favor of “a mobile space moving throughout the other provinces and municipalities of the canton”.